Cook Well. Eat Well. Live Well.

The Samford Wellness Kitchen offers classes to the Birmingham community. Run by Samford’s Department of Nutrition and Dietetics in the School of Public Health, participants will learn from registered dietitians and chefs, garnering skills and knowledge that will help them prepare healthy and delicious meals.

All classes take place in the College of Health Science’s Food Production Labs, which were formerly the Southern Living Test Kitchens. A participant notebook with all recipes and nutrition information is provided for reference.

If you do not see a class that you were expecting to be available check back soon as classes are added as they become available. You can also reach us by email.

Class: Cooking for Better Blood Sugar Control
Thursdays, 6-8:30 p.m., Oct. 17-Nov. 7
Cost: $275
The class, taught by registered dietitians, will include an exploration of lifestyle modifications, ingredients and cooking techniques that promote blood sugar control while preparing healthful and delicious meals. Participants will learn how to make simple modifications to their favorite dishes and plan balanced meals, as well as hearing the latest scientific evidence about nutrition and diabetes. At the end of each session, participants will enjoy sharing the prepared meal together. This 4-week class is for those who have or are at risk for type 2 diabetes or just want to cook and eat healthier. Space is available for 16 participants.

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Instructors

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Sonthe Burge
Part-time Instructor
Department of Nutrition and Dietetics
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Katie Ghossein
Educator
Samford Wellness Kitchen
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Jessica Ivey
Educator
Samford Wellness Kitchen
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Andrea Kirkland
Educator
Samford Wellness Kitchen
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Patricia H. Terry, Ph.D., RD, LD, FAND
Professor and Food Labs Director
Department of Nutrition and Dietetics
Office: 1607 CHS Building 1
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Laura Zapalowski
Educator
Samford Wellness Kitchen